I’m realizing that maybe the reason I’ve been returning to blogging more regularly has something to do with the fact that I’m not writing anything in my work life right now. (I mean, I’m deep into course prep and syllabus development, but I’m no longer writing a dissertation.) I’m sure I’ll be back into working through other research materials and beginning an article before too long, but right now, my writing is mostly blogging! (Another reason might be that there is way more daylight and sunlight, and lots more pictures of me and Boh frolicking outside…) So, here are today’s pictures (though we haven’t yet completed today’s frolic):
Coffee with my canine companion.
Reading what might be the final book for the seminar I’m teaching this fall. (With Boh’s help, obviously.)
Yesterday’s post-gym mimosa. Or, my attempt to solve the problem of how to finish an open bottle of champagne while living alone (and not all in one sitting). My argument is that when combined with orange juice, champagne can be a recovery beverage… And I’m sticking to it.
I finished the second repeat of the diamond stitch pattern, and the more I knit, the more I love this cowl.
Obligatory outfit mirror shot — temperatures are back up to springtime levels, though I did need a coat for the trip to the coffee shop.
I’ve mostly been working at home these last few months, but today, after a sort of slow start to the week, I decided to get out of the house, at least for the morning. It was a great idea. I read A LOT of pages, plus there is a heart in my latte! I appreciated this small affirmation of my plan for the day. Now, if you’ll excuse me, Boh and I have a date with the park!
I’m so glad you’re able to get out and enjoy the weather with Boh. Mimosa’s are the perfect way to finish off a bottle of champagne! Have a great summer and give the snuggle bug a hug for me!
Sounds like a great day! I’m loving your Avery Cowl!!
Sometimes you just need to get out! Hooray for summer days, lattes, and time outside. I sometimes think that big writing projects don’t mesh with knitting because they’re both such long-haul efforts. Taking a break from writing to work on something else that also moves slowly just doesn’t provide enough variety sometimes! P.S. Avery is looking soooo cozy.